Russian photographers Vadim Mahora and Vitali Raskalovym, nicknamed ‘crazy Russian teens’ and known for the insane feat of illegally climbing the Great Pyramid of Giza, took amazing photos from the edges of highest structures in Europe which will scare the people who have acrophobia.
Crazy photos shot from the edges of skyscrapers in Europe
Interesting photos of underwater dogs
Spectacular natural phenomenon - Otherworldly blue fire crater at the Kawah Ijen volcano
Candid photos revealing incredibly coincidental moments in the streets of cities
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Amazing photos of terrified people
Aerial photography of these well-known cities
Moment of a cheetah catching a muddy fish
Wildlife photographer has been traveling over 15 years to document these oldest trees around the wor...
Stunning photos of electrified flowers with 80,000 volts
Unusual photo of a crocodile wearing a crown of butterflies looks like a fairytale scene
Some Wonderful Entries From The National Geographic Travel Photo Contest Over The Years
Results of the 2015 International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition
Breathtaking photographs of slacklining adventures
Amazing Photos Of The National Beard And Mustache Championship
Amazingly real photographs that look manipulated alike
A forthcoming book features breathtaking photographs of the diverse worlds on either side of the wat...
The heavy snowfall in the coldest city in Russia
Eye-catching photos - Electric Mountains